Despite calls for expulsion, Chappelle-Nadal may stay in the Missouri Senate after all

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens won’t call a special session to coincide with next week’s veto session — a decision that may save state Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal from expulsion. The bipartisan appetite to oust the University City Democrat over an Aug. 17 Facebook comment, in which she wished for President Donald Trump’s assassination, must now come from state lawmakers themselves.

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Gas In The Tank, Cafecito In Hand: Floridians Prepare For Irma

Hurricane Irma — still swirling with Category 5 winds — could make a direct hit on Florida within days. And residents are preparing for a whopper of a storm, whether or not they plan on evacuating their homes. Gov. Rick Scott said Thursday morning that Miami-Dade County should prepare for "deadly storm surge and life-threatening winds." "If you're in an evacuation area, do not wait to get out," Scott warned. "This thing is bigger than our entire state right now, so take this seriously." He...

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SMS and You News Update 03/13/01

Mar 12, 2001

This program continues the discussion about red tape, with Patrick Scott of the SMS Political Science Department.

SMS and You News Update 03/06/01

Mar 5, 2001

Associate Professor of Political Science Patrick Scott looks at the impact of red tape on bureaucratic behavior.

rountree News Update 03/01/01

Feb 28, 2001

This is the latest news update from the Rountree School.

SMS and You News Update 02/27/01

Feb 26, 2001

Assistant Professor of Health, Physical Education and Recreation Janice Clark Young, talks about World Health Day at SMSU March 7th.

rountree News Update 01/26/01

Jan 25, 2001

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rountree News Update 12/01/00

Nov 30, 2000

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rountree News Update 10/27/00

Oct 26, 2000

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More High-Profile Speakers Address Missouri Delegates

Jul 29, 2000

This is the final day of the Democratic National Convention. KSMU's Missy SHelton is in Boston covering the Missouri Delegates. This morning, they got to hear from several high-profile speakers.

MISSOURI'S GOVERNOR BOB HOLDEN INTRODUCED ELIZABETH EDWARDS, THE WIFE OF VICE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE JOHN EDWARDS.

SHE SPOKE TO THE MISSOURI DELEGATES AT THEIR MORNING MEETING'SHE TOLD THEM SHE AND HER HUSBAND PLAN TO VISIT THE SHOW-ME STATE THIS FALL.

AFTER ELIZABETH EDWARDS SPOKE, THE BROTHER OF PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE JOHN EDWARDS ADDRESSED MISSOURI DELEGATES.

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